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Jan 19, 2013 12:00am PST
. >> coming up, dr. jeff gardere on lance armstrong's strange apology. and the psychology of a liar. >>> donald trump tries to return fire in his twitter fight with dead spin and hilarity ensues. mplth and it's do or die time for the filibuster reform in the senate and harry reid and the democrats, i think, are dropping the ball. >> as women learn less than men for the same jobs, time in the senate ticks by. >> larry cohen and the workers of america joins me for the discussion. >>> we are back. when the senate convenes on january 22nd, senate majority leader harry reid has the opportunity to change the rules and fix the senate and end all these filibusters. according to politico, harry reid doesn't plan on advancing the talking filibuster requirement found in the proposal put forth by senators jeff murkley, tom harkin. reid is considering more modest reforms, changes that would force senators to hold the floor in certain situations and require those stalling legislation to require 41 votes. those looking for real reform say it's simply not enough. i have to agree. the heart of the p
Jan 18, 2013 8:00pm PST
. i didn't hear apologizing, an apology once. >> joining us on "the ed show," dr. jeff gardere, clinical psychologist and teaching at toro college here in new york. great to have you with us. >> great to be here, ed. >> was that a perfect conditional confession? >> it was very conditional in that he told some truths, but we saw a lot of walls that were up. it was so dispassionate. and, as we know, clinically, if you are going to confess, if you are going to come clean, the emotions need to be there. and strangely enough -- or maybe not so surprising -- the emotions just were not there. it was something that was done by the numbers. it seemed to have been planned. the fact that you have a script in your head that your people put together as to putting your career back together again somehow just doesn't ring true for something that should be coming from your heart. >> what makes a person like this tick? >> i've worked with people like this. sometimes we have to look at the narcism. it really is about them and no one else. instead of saying, listen, what you're saying is false, t
Jan 18, 2013 6:00pm PST
. jeff gardere, thank you for joining us on the ed show. appreciate it so much. that is the ed show. i'm ed schultz. the rachel maddow show starts right now. good evening, rachel. >> good evening, ed. i'll see you in d.c. >> i might jump out of the booth and join the parade. >> i'll see you there. >> you bet. >> thanks for joining us tonight. have you ever heard of the vix? it's spelled v-i-x for volatility index. it's sometimes called the fear index. vix is a numerical index of volatility and fear in the stock market. it tells us in chart form, in numerical form how these guys are feeling, if they get spooked by their bosses, clients, horoscopes, whatever. if they start trading like crazy people for whatever reason, the vix goes up. it registers fear. what causes the vix to spike typically is news about the economy. actual real-world events. this, for example, is what happened to the vix on october 24th, 2008, that big red arrow there. that's when the stock market crashed in '08, one of the worst days of the great recession, record high vix. another spike happened may 20th, 20 2010 wh
Jan 15, 2013 6:00am PST
cancer. >> dr. jeff gardere, thanks so much for sharing. we appreciate it. fascinati fascinating. >> always a pleasure. thank you. >>> all right. let's talk about politics. this just into the cnn newsroom. chuck hagel wins over a major critic in his nomination for defense secretary. at this very moment, a key democratic senator is announcing his support for this embattled nominee. senior congressional correspondent dana bash is on capitol hill. and tell us why this is so important to hagel's nomination. >> this is important because the former senator chuck hagel certainly has been in a lot of trouble and this support from chuck schumer, who is the number three democrat in the senate, makes it pretty likely that he is going to get confirmed. not a sure thing, but it makes it a lot more likely. let me read you a part of what chuck schumer said in a statement. he said based on several key assurances, i'm currently prepared to vote for his confirmation. i encourage my senate colleagues who have shared my previous concerns to also support him. now, the background here is that the two
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